Joel Edgerton Miscellany (& a little Dash of Nash),  Joel’s next film, “Bright,” begins filming in September, and screenwriter Max Landis began dropping some more hints at Comic-Con this week about the tone of his highly inventive, “hard R” rated fantasy/action thriller which will revolve around the adventures and travails of an Orc cop (Joel Edgerton) and a Human cop (Will Smith). Landis described “Bright” as “a cop movie – a very grounded relationship story between 2 officers of the LAPD…

Joel Edgerton Miscellany (& a little Dash of Nash), Joel’s next film, “Bright,” begins filming in September, and screenwriter Max Landis began dropping some more hints at Comic-Con this week about the tone of his highly inventive, “hard R” rated fantasy/action thriller which will revolve around the adventures and travails of an Orc cop (Joel Edgerton) and a Human cop (Will Smith). Landis described “Bright” as “a cop movie – a very grounded relationship story between 2 officers of the LAPD…

Joel Edgerton Miscellany (& a little Dash of Nash), “Every now and then I have to kinda put on a suit, and I grumble about that, but when I do, I actually like it. I quite like it. I like wearing this tuxedo. I think it’s cool.” – Joel Edgerton

Joel Edgerton Miscellany (& a little Dash of Nash), “Every now and then I have to kinda put on a suit, and I grumble about that, but when I do, I actually like it. I quite like it. I like wearing this tuxedo. I think it’s cool.” – Joel Edgerton

Joel Edgerton Miscellany (& a little Dash of Nash),  Another award for Joel – he was named the recipient of the Best Actor Award for his performance in “The Gift” at the Sitges Film Festival in Spain this

Joel Edgerton Miscellany (& a little Dash of Nash), Another award for Joel – he was named the recipient of the Best Actor Award for his performance in “The Gift” at the Sitges Film Festival in Spain this

Joel Edgerton Miscellany (& a little Dash of Nash), Whilst on “The Gift” PR trail, one MMA-loving journalist asked Joel what it had been like to work with Tom Hardy. Joel responded with a fond chuckle and the following assessment of Tom’s talents: “Tom and I had a great time working on ‘Warrior.’ I had a very special time with him…I think he’s an excellent actor and he’s one of those people who sort of permeates - you know - exudes a level of danger that most actors will never achieve. And…

Joel Edgerton Miscellany (& a little Dash of Nash), Whilst on “The Gift” PR trail, one MMA-loving journalist asked Joel what it had been like to work with Tom Hardy. Joel responded with a fond chuckle and the following assessment of Tom’s talents: “Tom and I had a great time working on ‘Warrior.’ I had a very special time with him…I think he’s an excellent actor and he’s one of those people who sort of permeates - you know - exudes a level of danger that most actors will never achieve. And…

(2017) BANNED DOCUMENTARY: THE TRUTH ABOUT WATER EXPOSED (FULL) | Dublinmick's Breaking News

(2017) BANNED DOCUMENTARY: THE TRUTH ABOUT WATER EXPOSED (FULL) | Dublinmick's Breaking News

Joel Edgerton Miscellany (& a little Dash of Nash), “I galloped into town to play the villain. I was promoted to the hero before we even shot because Fassbender left. And then it was like I was never allowed to leave town because the movie shot for longer than it should have. It had all these stops and starts. I’m happy to say, I’ve seen the finished movie and I can’t believe it — it should not be as good as it is, given all the problems it had.” – Joel Edgerton on “Jane Got a Gun”

Joel Edgerton Miscellany (& a little Dash of Nash), “I galloped into town to play the villain. I was promoted to the hero before we even shot because Fassbender left. And then it was like I was never allowed to leave town because the movie shot for longer than it should have. It had all these stops and starts. I’m happy to say, I’ve seen the finished movie and I can’t believe it — it should not be as good as it is, given all the problems it had.” – Joel Edgerton on “Jane Got a Gun”

Joel Edgerton Miscellany (& a little Dash of Nash),  “That’s the terrifying part. I’ve been involved in writing movies before, and it’s so much more exposing to watch a movie at a premiere or festival when you’ve been behind the ideas behind it. As an actor you can say, ‘I was just part of a team. I was helping someone else facilitate their vision.’” “I always joked that if a movie’s great, you stand up and take all the credit as an actor, and if the movie’s terrible you stand up and point…

Joel Edgerton Miscellany (& a little Dash of Nash), “That’s the terrifying part. I’ve been involved in writing movies before, and it’s so much more exposing to watch a movie at a premiere or festival when you’ve been behind the ideas behind it. As an actor you can say, ‘I was just part of a team. I was helping someone else facilitate their vision.’” “I always joked that if a movie’s great, you stand up and take all the credit as an actor, and if the movie’s terrible you stand up and point…

Joel Edgerton Miscellany (& a little Dash of Nash), “I’ll keep acting, for sure [but] directing really felt good. I wouldn’t want to do it every job, but I definitely think I’ve earned the right to go and make another movie based on the goodwill and the reviews. Financially, we made a successful movie [with ’The Gift’]. Hollywood is all about commodity and if you make a movie for $5 million and turn it into $30 million, it’s a pretty safe bet they’ll want you again.” – Joel Edgerton on his…

Joel Edgerton Miscellany (& a little Dash of Nash), “I’ll keep acting, for sure [but] directing really felt good. I wouldn’t want to do it every job, but I definitely think I’ve earned the right to go and make another movie based on the goodwill and the reviews. Financially, we made a successful movie [with ’The Gift’]. Hollywood is all about commodity and if you make a movie for $5 million and turn it into $30 million, it’s a pretty safe bet they’ll want you again.” – Joel Edgerton on his…

Filmmaking demystified! Are you ready to start making documentaries? Follow these simple steps and you are on your way to having a finished movie.

Filmmaking demystified! Are you ready to start making documentaries? Follow these simple steps and you are on your way to having a finished movie.

Joel Edgerton Miscellany (& a little Dash of Nash), “That’s the joy of being an actor sometimes … There are lots of cerebral things that require deep sensitivity and thought [but] then there are days like Scout camp. The little boy in me is still very much alive and goes, ‘Oh fuck, I rode a chariot today!’ It makes me happy. Put a sword in my hand and suddenly I’m eight years old again.”

Joel Edgerton Miscellany (& a little Dash of Nash), “That’s the joy of being an actor sometimes … There are lots of cerebral things that require deep sensitivity and thought [but] then there are days like Scout camp. The little boy in me is still very much alive and goes, ‘Oh fuck, I rode a chariot today!’ It makes me happy. Put a sword in my hand and suddenly I’m eight years old again.”

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